This Sunday -
12 May- Team 10:
Happy Mother's Day!
Next Sunday - 19 May
Children & Youth
Pre-K-1st: Holy Moly
Naomi & Ruth
(Pamela Del Villar)
2nd & 3rd: Spark
4th & 5th: Live-It!
We are all God's Children
Middle & High School:
It is time to sign up for summer camp!
Use the links below
Vacation Bible School
Joseph's Many Colored Coat
The dynamic story of Joseph is the launch pad for crafts, games, singing and dancing for older pre-shcool and elementary age children.
Middle School and High Schoolers serve as Counselors. Adult volunteers always welcome. It's a sweet, gentle camp and the kids love it. Contact Shari Young, Associate Rector and Camp Director: email@example.com
Download an application here:
Coyote Trickster Tales
This summer we are inspired by the rich Native American tales of Coyote. Children (grades 2-5) will paint and draw, sing, dance, play drums, have playtime, listen to storytellers, learn magic tricks, and have a tasty lunch.
High School counselors receive valuable Leadership Training. Adults join the fun as volunteers. Contact Shari Young, Associate Rector and Camp Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't Forget to send in your
Capital Campaign Pledge!
Honoring our Legacy Campaign
The Honoring Our Legacy Campaign will end in just three weeks. Several people, amazed that over
$1 million has been raised already, asked, "What difference could my pledge make?" Your pledge makes all the difference. Your pledge stands between the Church and 100% participation. Your pledge stands between the present tally and the goal of $1.6 million. Fifty pledges at $6,000 becomes $300,000. One hundred pledges of $2,000 is $200,000. Your pledge is everything.
Anasazi celebrates Cinco de Mayo! We will begin with some social time at 11am. Lunch will be served at noon. The 11:30am program will consist of brief comments by Midge Moore on the history and significance of the Mexican holiday.
Please join in for some fun and a Mexican Feast! Everyone is welcome. $5 lunch donation.
Upcoming at St. Stephen's
SAVE THE DATE
following the 10am service
Food, activities for all ages, catering by Abel's Mexican Taqueria, Purple Monkey photo booth, ice cream, crafts, cake, good company!
Suggested donation $12 adult ~ $10 kids (12 and under)
Please RSVP to your Evite.
If you did not receive one, please email Marianne Pearson at
May 12 & 19
EvenSpark is offered twice a month as an alternative 30-40 minute service. Come join the fun.
|Death and Dying Class
26 May, 2 June, 9 June
after the 10am service
Beginning May 26th, Rob Gieselmann will lead a three-week discussion on death, following the 10am service each Sunday. Yes, death. Rob is convinced that this universal experience is the least-talked-about part of our spiritual journeys, yet the most common.
May 26 - Rob will read a passage from his own book about his wife's, Laura's, death, discuss his experiences of the deaths of others, and then invite discussion. You can purchase Rob's book at coffee hour this Sunday for $6.
June 2 - Rob will lead a discussion on heaven, and include a little physics and testimonials of near-death experiences.
June 9 - Rob will talk about planning for your own death, and you will have the opportunity to plan your own funeral.
St. Stephen's Gives Back
9 May: Homeward Bound Dinner
~ Capucine email@example.com
13 May: Women's Knitting @ 10:30am
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19 May - Sunday: Gives Back Steering Committee after church (all welcome)
Summer Camps Volunteers ~
Would love to have adult volunteer help - contact Shari, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday Thrift Shop Volunteers:
Our Dear Roger and Bill moved East and left one man on our Thrift Shop roster. Call P.J. 435-5171 to add your name as a volunteer. Work one three hour shift a month.
Artist in Residence
Cornelia (Nela) Wattley, a long time member of St. Stephen's Church, will be exhibiting her recent art work in the Foyer of St. Stephen's during the month of May. Please stop by after church to see her beautiful work and to read her fascinating biography in the folder on the table.
If you or your children or grandchildren would like to exhibit art in the foyer of St. Stephen's, please contact Ginny Doyle at 435-6540. We will be featuring children's work this summer.
| Stephen's On the Gro Calendar:
12 - Mother's Day
12 & 19 - EvenSpark - 5:30pm
19 - Pentecost Taco Party - after the 10am service
26 - Death & Dying - after the 10am service - led by Rob Gieselmann
26 - Trinity Sunday
1st Monday - The Outdoor Club Hike - 10:00am
Wednesdays: 11am - Women's Group - May 16 - last meeting until Fall
Thursdays 8:15am: Contemplative Prayer on the Gospel Reading
Thursdays: 10am-1 or 1-4pm - Volunteers at the Thrift Shop
Thursdays: 7:30pm - Choir Practice
26 May, 2 June, 9 June - Death and Dying Class - led by Rob
2014 Parish Retreat
April 4-6, 2014 - Mark your calendars
Spring Benefit Concert
St. Andrew Presbyterian Church
Join the St. Andrew Presbyterian Choir at St. Andrew's (101 Donahue in Marin City), Pastor Veronica Giones, James Monroe Inglehart from "The Wiz" and Yvonne DeVaughn known for her CD "Quiet Times of Prayer and Praise" in a benefit concert for St. Andrews. www.saintandrewpc.org
Articles for submission are due by Tuesday afternoon at 2pm.
Administrative and Communications Associate
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church
3 Bay View Avenue
PO Box 97
Belvedere, CA 94920